Knit, Pray, Love

Editor’s note: Project “Knit, Pray, Love” is no longer active. CURE is not accepting donations of knitted items at this time (January 2016).

A mother and child at CURE Kabul HospitalLast year we were so excited to have Brant Hansen, host of Mornings with Brant on the WAY-FM network, visit our hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan.  During his trip, Brant and his audience donated funds to provide expert medical care and warm blankets to the moms and babies at CURE Kabul — truly showering them in love.  

If you are a listener of his show, then you already know that he is currently planning a return trip this November.  We wish everyone could visit this hospital and see the amazing work happening there, but since that is unlikely, we are offering another way for people to get involved in the trip and show love to some moms in need.

Join us in project Knit, Pray, Love!  If you knit, or always wanted to take it up, you can give the precious gift of warmth to a newborn baby by knitting him or her a blanket, cap or booties.  Also, write an encouraging note or prayer to the mom and baby that will receive them.  Brant will give these to the families along with the knitted items on your behalf while he is in Kabul.

Want to participate?  Get more information here.

Happy knitting!


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    About the Author:

    Sarah served as CURE's Marketing Specialist from 2008 - 2010. In her non-CURE life, Sarah loves bowling, country line dancing, traveling and spending time with her fiance, Taz.

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